If you're into female reggae singers, you'll want to check out every one of the entertainers on this list.
Tanya Stephens is one of the best-known female reggae singers around. Famous for her sense of humor and ironic lyrics, Tanya Stephens is best known for the songs "Yuh Nuh Ready Fi Dis Yet," "It's a Pity," "These Streets" and "Boom Wuk." Her given birth name is Vivienne Stephenson, and she is from Kingston, Jamaica.
Sasha was born in Jamaica but grew up in New York. She first hit the music scene with a surprising debut "Dat Sexy Body," and now has been played internationally. She has moved back to Jamaica where she has performed with the reggae and rap artist Turbulence.
Known as the bad girl of Jamaican reggae artists, Ce'cile's songs deliver both sexy and smart lyrics that may take you by surprise. Her latest album, titled "Worth It," combines R&B, reggae and pop music.
Millie Small hit the charts in the 1960s. She is most famous for "My Boy Lollipop," which was played throughout the world, but was especially popular in the United Kingdom. She is one of the first female ska and reggae artists to hit the scene. Her positive lyrics blazed the trails for artists that came after her.
Queen Ifrica is known for her strictly Rastafarian views and commitment to social justice. Her dynamic performances and socially conscious songs such as "Genocide," "Daddy" and "Below the Waist" have made her a social heroine as well as a revered entertainer.
Etana is heralded as being the most prolific current female reggae singer. Born in Jamaica but raised in Florida, she started her music career as part of the musical group GIFT, but she decided the pressure to conform was too much. She returned to Jamaica and embraced her roots. She is known for mixing African sounds with reggae and Jamaican creole influences. Her album, titled Etana: The Strong One had been quite a hit in the reggae scene.
If you're looking for famous reggae artists who will keep you jamming like you're on a beach in Jamaica, these are the folks you want to check out.